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The Boys From Brazil by Ira Levin

The Boys From Brazil opens with a meal hosted by Dr Josef Mengele.  During this meal, Mengele gives instructions to six former SS operatives to assassinate 94 men from various countries and backgrounds on specific dates over the next two and a half years.   408 more words

Book Reviews

The Boys from Brazil by Ira Levin

This was the only Ira Levin novel I haven’t read yet, so while I was excited to finally get my hands on it, it’s always a bit sad to come to a point where you’ve read all the books by one of your favourite authors, and there are no more to follow, ever. 457 more words


Cellular Memory

My fascination with cloning borders on the morbid. It’s akin to my terrible habit of looking up my symptoms on WebMD and diagnosing myself with meningitis. 847 more words

Science Fiction

the boys from brazil

///- revisiting a film that gave me nightmares as a youngster

The Boys From Brazil by Ira Levin (1976)

Liebermann said, ‘Ninety-four Hitlers,’ and shook his head. ‘No,’ he said. ‘No. It’s not possible.’ (p.181)


It is 1974. Former evil Nazi scientist Dr Mengele, is masterminding from his base on the border between Argentina and Paraguay, the climax of a thirty year-long project. 2,825 more words


The Boys from Brazil

Film Title

The Boys from Brazil


Franklin J. Schaffner


  • Gregory Peck as Dr. Josef Mengele
  • Laurence Olivier as Ezra Lieberman
  • James Mason as Eduard Seibert…
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Movie Reviews

Quickie Review: The Boys From Brazil (1978)

The Boys From Brazil is an odd movie in that it brings together a number of topics that seem to have been in the air at the time of its development. 443 more words